Coming up on Good Morning East Texas: A company with long-standing ties to East Texas is moving its headquarters to Colorado. We'll hear what community leaders are doing to find a company to help fill the void that will be left by the re-location of the Pilgrim's Pride corporate offices.
President Obama will take center stage at the nuclear security meeting in Washington, D.C. today. We'll have a live report telling you what to expect from the historic meeting of world leaders.
Three people were killed in the crash of a Navy training flight in Georgia Monday night. We'll have details on the search for a fourth person and tell you when investigators will arrive on the scene today.
Plus, his family letters are offering a glimpse into our region's history. We'll meet Rick Featherston in today's "Proud of East Texas".
Another warm and sunny afternoon is on tap for us today. High temperatures will reach the lower 80s today across East Texas. We will see winds picking up a bit out of the southeast around 15 to 20 mph this afternoon. We will have another mild night tonight as temperatures only drop down into the middle 50s. The temperature will reach the low 80s again tomorrow with a few more clouds developing late in the day.
We will see a chance of isolated showers late in the work week and over the weekend. A weak cold front will move into East Texas from the northeast this weekend and give us an increased chance of showers and thunderstorms by Sunday. Right now, it looks as though this front will stall across East Texas early next week, keeping the rain chances in the forecast.